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Title: First Year Advising (FYA) A philosophy, not a checklist


1
First Year Advising (FYA) A philosophy, not a
checklist
  • Presented by
  • Maria Acosta-Smith
  • Danielle Niland

2
Todays Agenda
  • What is FYA?
  • Historical Context and Development
  • The Checklist a Tutorial
  • Updated Goals and Learning Outcomes
  • FYA in Action A Video Clip
  • Effective Implementation of FYA- Examples
  • The Future of FYA

3
What IS FYA?
  • Fosters a welcoming environment for entering
    students to complete a successful transition to
    the university.
  • Encourages student self-confidence and
    independence to identify range of programs and
    resources.
  • Supports student self-management of their
    academic plans.
  • learn how to monitor and maintain academic record
  • research majors, work with faculty and staff to
    formulate a plan
  • confirm or choose a proposed major by the end of
    first year

4
Roots of FYA
  • Developed during the 2004-2005 year
  • Designed to increase retention rates of frosh
  • Campus wide programming geared toward frosh
  • Current implementation of FYA
  • Recent revisions/updates (FYA committee work)
  • The Checklist

5
The Checklist A Tutorial
  • Why do we use a checklist?
  • How do we use checklists?
  • Demonstration my.ucsc.edu

6
Updated Learning Outcomes
What ARE Learning Outcomes?
  • Serve as guidelines for content, instruction, and
    evaluation
  • Identify specifically what should be learned
  • Convey to learners exactly what is to be
    accomplished

Learning Outcomes are statements about knowledge,
skills, and abilities the individual student
possesses and can demonstrate upon completion of
a learning experience or sequence of learning
experiences
7
Updated Learning Outcomes (DRAFT)
  • Progress towards clarifying edu. goals related to
    choice of major
  • Identify and develop acad. foundational skills
    for reaching acad. goals
  • Develop academic plan to meet edu. goals
    including classes to meet degree requirements and
    meeting time to degree policies
  • Understand responsibilities for taking action and
    making decisions related to acad. plans and
    identify resources
  • Develop appropriate university level acad.
    conduct
  • Develop an understanding of how to use AIS

8
FYA in Action! A Video Clip
9
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10
Implementing FYA
  • Evening programming in residence halls PJ
    Advising in the dorms
  • Dining hall programming Winter Term Fallout
  • College core course presentations- enrollment
    preparation
  • Enrollment programming A Classy Affair
    Afternoon TEA-Third-quarter
  • File identification (stickers/logs/updates)
  • Web Site Information
  • Email outreach- Colleges/Registrar
  • Advising Week Crown Advising Fair
  • Choosing a major workshops A Major
    DecisionExplore, Decide Declare
  • Time management study skills workshops

11
Thinking About the Future of FYA
  • Orientations
  • Outreach
  • Workshops and Programming
  • Campus-Wide Forums/Fairs
  • Colleges/Depts./Units
  • Thoughts/ideas from the group??

12
Thank You!
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